A Michigan Singer Takes Center Stage At The Next ‘American Idol’
It's round two for Genavieve Linkowski from Goodrich Michigan
Genavieve Linkowski is set to make her second appearance on ABC’s version of the reality singing competition “American Idol”! Mlive is reporting that the singer posted a YouTube video posted Thursday evening, announcing she was contacted to audition for the show whose new season is set to begin airing Feb. 16th.
Genevieve was on the show in 2018, wowing the judges and receiving a golden ticket to Hollywood for her rendition of Jason Mraz’s song “I Won’t Give Up.”
Genevieve commented on the opportunity to take the stage again...
“It’s not something I knew I would do again, but one day I got a call and I prayed over it, I thought about it. I talked to my parents. I talked to a lot of people. I kind of just came to the conclusion that this is just another opportunity for God’s light to shine, for my sister’s light to shine, and for me to just share my story, If I get to do that, I’m all in. If I get to point others to Jesus, then that is what I’m all about.
Genevieve lost her sister to a tragic car accident in just before trying out for 'American Idol'.
Of course all Michiganders are wishing Genevieve the best of luck.